Secrets

Secrets Many children have an invisible friend and sometimes they can be a necessary part of a child s life for many reasons But supposing this friend seems hell bent on causing than childish mischief This h

  • Title: Secrets
  • Author: Anita Dawes
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 372
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Many children have an invisible friend, and sometimes they can be a necessary part of a child s life for many reasons But supposing this friend seems hell bent on causing than childish mischief This haunting family drama about deeply buried guilt, is full of all the secrets and suspicions that invade and control most of our lives The question is, how to send themMany children have an invisible friend, and sometimes they can be a necessary part of a child s life for many reasons But supposing this friend seems hell bent on causing than childish mischief This haunting family drama about deeply buried guilt, is full of all the secrets and suspicions that invade and control most of our lives The question is, how to send them packing and restore the status quo with the minimum of damage

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    1. I won this book in a Giveaway and by the author Anita Dawes and what a lovely win this was for me. This was a beautifully written novel and flowed from chapter to chapter. Many children have an invisible friend and sometimes that can be a necessary part of a child's life for various reasons. But when the "friend" starts to cause more than childish mischief, then it is time for the adults to do something about it. The characters in this book were well defined and I liked them all and felt empath [...]

    2. I've been thinking about this review for a few days. I finished Secrets a short while ago and I've been trying decide how to express what I felt about it. In short, this is a strong and powerful story, very well told. The characters are well-drawn and empathic; you have to like and sympathise with them fully, and the main plot, being that of a child who has an invisible but somewhat malicious 'friend', is very compelling. If you enjoy and read a lot of paranormal suspense, then you will really l [...]

    3. This was a very unusual story, so many different threads all cleverly woven together.It has everything, from an imaginary playmate to a murder. All very complicated, but surprisingly easy to read.I had trouble putting this book down and was sorry when I reached the end.

    4. Although this novel is built around a child's invisible friend, there is so much more going on in this book. The characters are vivid and their problems complex. This author really has a knack for getting into her character's heads and flaying open their feelings and thoughts for the reader. The mysteries twined throughout kept me guessing, especially the theme with Danny's invisible friend. Very well done on the author's part. This would be a five star read for me except for the amount of head- [...]

    5. I won this book through Giveaway. Unfortunately I started reading this book while I was dealing with a lot on my plate and barely had any time to read. So it took me a long time to get through it. But once I got through it I liked it a lot. I love ghost stories like this. I will be picking it up again in the future when I have more time and can focus on it better for sure.

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